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KentOnline offers more to readers with responsive design, more local sites and a new-look home page

28 March 2014
by KentOnline reporter

Welcome to your redesigned KentOnline. 

You will have already noticed the brilliant new home page, with loads more features, such as picture and video galleries, our new-look KMTV and loads of travel reviews. 

But what you may not know is how easy it now is to read KentOnline on a tablet, mobile or other devices - even your Xbox, PlayStation or Smart TV. 

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KentOnline's new look promises to give you more...

KentOnline's new look promises to give you more...

You’ll get exactly the same great stories on your mobile device as on your desktop, but it will automatically adjust the display - so it couldn’t be easier to use. 

As well as the news and sport that you're used to, the site now contains far more content produced by our journalists across Kent. 

For instance, you can catch up on the latest business news, find gigs, restaurants and shows on our What's On pages, listen live to kmfm, get gardening tips, find out the latest travel news. 

We're also more local than ever before, with sections of the website covering every part of the county. 

KentOnline's new look promises to give you more...

KentOnline's new look promises to give you more...

But if you'd rather get all the news from your local newspaper, that's fine too - you can just follow the links by clicking on Where I Live at the top of the home page. 

It's also easier than ever to join in the disucssions on KentOnline. 

 

Video: Rob Wills talks you through the changes

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